Preceding - Sai Darshan news 29th march:
30th March SBOI brief darshan news - evening: Swami came at 4:15. p.m. took a full round granting darshan to all, Swami got down near the Interview room and walked towards the dais and sat on His chair. Then vice chancellor . Prof. Gokak made an announcement that the institute boys are going to present a programme. After few minutes at 4:25 p.m. students started the programme, they started with Ganapati bhajan Maha Ganapatim Manasa smarami. The programme facilitated the subtle inner meanings of Ugadi festival and its significance (Ugadi is an important festival for many in India especially Telugu, Karnataka, Maharashtrians and Sindhi's). At 5:10 p.m. Swami blessed all present with a divine discourse in His sweet nectar like voice. Nearly an hour long divine discourse in which Swami stressed on "Do good, be good, see good"! [read excerpts of divine discourse] Swami also talked about Pandavas, and Damayanthi (during the discourse appx. at 6:05 swami sat down on the chair and continued with His discourse) Swami ended His discourse with bhajan song, Prema Mudita Mansey Kaho Ram Ram Ram. The Ugadi prasadam (Indian Sweets- laddus ) was distributed to all devotees present in the hall. Mean while Bhajan boys started the bhajans, at 6:40 p.m. Aarti was offered to Swami, after the Aarti Swami walked towards His car & went off to his residence. The latest detailed official Ugadi news, discourse & pictures of Ugadi will be online/linked ASAP after there release. your positive feed back & comments
Photos & highlights of Sai Baba's Ugadi discourse: "...Swami also talked about anger, a disease that all of us suffer from. He said that "Anger is necessary for man but you should not express anger on an unnecessary matter..." Read more
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Prasanthi Bulletin 29th-30th March
March 30th, 2006
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A brief note on Ugadi Festival: Festivals are celebrated every
year in the remembrance of past events. All the major Hindu festivals have
their own purpose and significance, i.e., to show their relevance and
importance in the context of the eternal world cycle of history. India's
rich heritage with its numerous festivals celebrated throughout the year,
provides succour and faith, as each occasion has its own distinct value,
beauty and ritual practice. Amongst the numerous festivals of India, Ugadi
is celebrated with festive fervour in Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra
Pradesh. While it is called Ugadi in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, in
Maharashtra it is known as Gudipadava".
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Sai Darshan news 29th march: "...Festival or an ordinary Wednesday, King of Kings, Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s court is always full of activities and festivities. Today Secondary school presented a drama...".... - ...Prof. Anil Kumar made 2 announcements about tomorrow’s Ugadi program.." Read more
Sai Darshan news 27th march:
"...Swami sat on the dais so
everyone in Kulwant Hall could feast their eyes with divine darshan
for quite sometime..."Read more "
Sai Darshan news 24th march:
got down near interview room and proceeded directly to the bhajan
mandir (Bhajan Hall) . Swami spent at least 15 minutes with ...."Read more "
Sai Darshan news 23rd march: "...Swami created 2 rings and gave one to (MBA boy student) Ganesh, he is by all accounts a very good dancer. Another ring was gifted to Read more "
Also, enclosed in 23rd march darshan news:Reminiscence of Prof. (Mrs.) Jayalakshmi Gopinath
Sai Darshan news 22nd march: Evening- Swami came at 4:00 p.m. also today Swami spent good deal of time with music college boys inside the bhajan mandir; Swami was in bhajan hall for more than 1 hour. Bhajans went on till 5:35. after that Swami took Arati, and retired to His abode.
Sai Darshan news 21st march: Today Morning Swami didn’t come for darshan to Kulwant Hall however, Swami did come (appx. 9:00 a.m.) out and went straight to His new residence. Consequently, very few devotees on the ladies side had his darshan. In the evening Swami came later than His usual darshan routine at 5.20 p.m.... read more
Sai Darshan news 20th march: "....Swami was
in bhajan mandir for more than 1hour: 30 minutes. Devotees sitting
inside the bhajan mandir enjoyed superb divine darshan indeed..."read more
Sai Darshan news 19th march:
long, a little boy came walking inside the bhajan mandir, with
folded hands; to everyone’s surprise, it was the same student...."read more
Sai & you : "Sai can reach each falling tears. He sees the heart that needs a cheer. He knows the path that's hard and dear. Don't ever give up coz He is near... "read more
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Sai Darshan account 15th March - HOLI special:
It was a colourful holy in Prasanthi Nilayam.. even though there
were no colours sprayed on others like it happens all over India.
with Holi photos
Griha Pravesh (i.e. first entry into the newly built house) is also as important aspect of Hindu cutoms After the house is complete in all respects, living in that house is started at some auspicious moment determined on astrological considerations. The first entry in the house at the auspicious moment is called Graha Pravesh ceremony.
When the house is ready to be occupied, a muhurta is selected for grihya pravesha which consists mainly of Ganesha puja (Ganapati), The mandala is drawn to invoke the gods and nine planets, which act as witnesses to the ceremony.
For any newly built house house warming is considered a holistic occasion. This custom is done so as to keep evil forces away from entering new home. Even after land acquisition, a prayer (puja) is performed which is called as "Bhumi Pooja",
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